VCN - The General Department of Customs - Standing Committee of the National Steering Committee on ASEAN Single Window (NSW) and National Single Window (ASW) and Trade Facilitation (Committee 1899) are striving to complete the connection of 61 procedures with the National Single Window in 2019.
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According to the General Department of Customs, from now until the end of 2019, the General Department of Customs will strive to complete the implementation of 61 new administrative procedures on the NSW (including 18 procedures from 2018 and 43 procedures of 2019 according to the Decision No. 1254 / QD-TTg of the Prime Minister).
Preparing to exchange ASEAN Customs declarations and plant and animal quarantine certificates with ASEAN countries according to the ASEAN general plan; and preparing to exchange customs declarations and electronic C/O with Eurasian Economic Union and South Korea.
The General Department of Customs continues to perform its regulatory role in the implementation of the NSW, ASW and specialized inspections.
Focusing on directing, monitoring, supervising ministries and sectors in the implementation; advising the Committee 1899 in directing ministries and sectors to implement the NSW and ASW.
Another important issue is to further improve the legal basis for the NSW and ASW implementation; to develop independent monitoring, reporting and evaluation mechanisms, coordinate with the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry to develop a mechanism to supervise the implementation of tasks of ministries and sectors under the Government’s plans.
|Over 28,000 enterprises have implemented National Single Window|
Regarding the results of the NSW implementation, there are 13 ministries and agencies connecting with NSW; 174 administrative procedures are updated to the NSW with total administrative records processed on the National Single Window of nearly 2.27 million sets of more than 30,700 enterprises.
In the first six months of 2019, the number of processed records were nearly 482,000 sets from more than 4,300 enterprises.
By Thai Binh/ Huyen Trang